Anti-Globalization Risks for Asia-Pacific
The Asia-Pacific faces risks from slowing trade and rising anti-globalization sentiments says the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC).
Indonesia’s West Papuans and China’s Tibetans
Indonesia’s West Papuans and China’s Tibetans share similar fates in that their hopes for independent nationhood were dashed by greedy big brothers, write John West.
The China factor in India–Bhutan relations
Udisha Saklani and Cecilia Tortajada report on the 24th round of China–Bhutan border talks.
Connectivity in the Asia-Pacific
The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council has urged to find synergy among connectivity initiatives.
What next in the South China Sea
The Philippines won its South China Sea case against China. But what Philippine President Duterte would like to do next, asks John West.
The Barron's Revolt: Why Big Wars Start
We all, not just Europeans, should all heed Julian Lindley-French's warnings about Russia.
India-US Totalisation Pact
There is a need for an early conclusion to the India-US Totalisation Pact argue Mukul Asher and Amarendu Nandy.
Trade Unions Critique G20
As G20 Leaders push for short-term recovery with structural reforms, Trade Unions call for long-term inclusive growth.
Kenya's Vision and the Role of Training
Dennis Awori, former Ambassador of Kenya to Japan and Korea, and Chairman of Toyota Tsusho, East Africa, has shared with us his thoughts on Kenya's Vision and the Role of Training.
Why ASEAN matters
ASEAN matters, for both its ten member countries and the global system. But today this important group stands at a crossroads, writes John West.
China; Might or Right: EU; Right or Might?
Geopolitics is a permanent power struggle between symmetry and asymmetry writes Julian Lindley-French.
A Noisy New era of Bombs and Bravado
Asia's peace dividend is in jeopardy write Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley.
India and the New West
The US-India strategic relationship promises to be one of the most important security relationships of the twenty-first century, writes Julian Lindley-French.
Obama's visit to Hiroshima
Rhetoric and reality appeared to be at odds during President Obama's visit to Hiroshima, writes Tom O'Sullivan.
One belt, one road, and the Chinese dream
China's "one belt, one road" initiative threatens an upheaval in the international system, according to David Arase from the Hopkins-Nanjing Center at China's Nanjing University, writes John West.
Russia Parades its Weakness
Russia Parades its Weakness, writes Professor Dr Julian Lindley-French, Vice-President at Atlantic Treaty Association.
Regional Solutions Needed for Global Challenges
The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council argues that regional solutions are needed for global challenges.
War and Change in Asia-Pacific
War is coming. Big war. It will start not in Europe, but in Asia-Pacific, writes Julian Lindley-French.
SAARC Minus X: A Constructive Approach for India’ Regional Integration
It is urgent for South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation) to enhance trade and broader economic integration, argue Mukul G. Asher and Keya Chaturvedi.
Should Asia play by Western rules?
Discussion about good governance is dominated by Western thought. Perhaps it’s time for Asian countries to define and defend their own particular governance styles, write Asit Biswas and Kris Hartley.
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